Outside Voices

Categories:  Community    Film
Wednesday, February 19th, 2014 at 6:30 AM
Outside Voices by Jessica Courter

What was your favorite movie from the past year shown at FILM?

As the latest season gets underway, we spoke with a few fans of the popular downtown Wednesday night movie series.

Rainey Hokaj

“The films at the Art Museum are always good, but In a World… was one of the best. It was witty and had a great story line. The actors were perfect and added the necessary elements to make the film what it was.”   

Alisha Skalko

Blue is the Warmest Color was definitely one of my favorites of last season. It was a little shocking, but it was refreshing to see a romance that disregarded the average boundaries of romantic dramas.” 

Chris Arkwright

“Of last season, my favorite movie was In a World… I like comedies, and it was kind of ironic in a way. It was interesting seeing her character develop from everyone not taking her seriously to her making it big time.” 

Patrick Vincent

“Of the several films I had seen last season, I would have to say Zero Dark Thirty had the most impact on me. I really like historical movies, and the hunt for Bin Laden definitely warranted a historical film.” 

Jessica Courter can be contacted at jCourter@ErieReader.com.

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Erie stands with Standing Rock 

Barbara and Julian Stanczak at Mercyhurst University’s Cummings Gallery

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